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? >> the u.s. wants to have a process that provides a peaceful transition. president obama has said that the transition process had to begin. interest didn't begin particularly well in terms of the mobs on the streets. secretary clinton has made very clear that the transition has to be pursued and has to have certain elements to it. it does have to be a rapid process, it has to be democratic and it has to be inclusive. i think that we're very clear that there has to be a transition process that represents the will of the egyptian people. >> which they have been saying, and i understand that, and then they have to be diplomatic, from the very beginning, it was like we can't insult mubarak. he's been an ally, albeit a flawed one. he might have survived. we didn't know what would happen in the beginning. now it's pretty clear. he is not going to run again, at the very least. he is going to be gone when and if there is an election. but the question here is the signals seem to be getting a little mixed up. but i want to -- i want to play you first from a man you know well, former ambassa
stories now that the obama administration is in fact talking with leaders in the taliban in afghanistan. does anything about that bother you? >> well, i'm certain such talks have gone on in the past, sometimes covertly, sometimes more obviously. it is a situation described frequently as a stalemate in which somehow at the edges talks with the taliban, who are currently the enemy as opposed to the al qaeda people who have left to go to pakistan, yemen, somalia, wherever, i think that we're either going to have to have some type of negotiations with the president of the country, president karzai, the leadership or they call them warlords or the leaders in various provinces take place. otherwise, we're in a situation in which the taliban or al qaeda and/or various forces will simply outwait us. the afghan people in terms of their own security will never be confident, and we're at a juncture in which our government is going to have to define really what the end game is, what our purposes are. they have not done so. this is something we've called for in the foreign relations committee. i thi
with the american electorate. we did well in 20 10. i think president obama is beatable but we have to nominate someone who can win over independent voters who want smaller government and less spending but understand there is ale role for government. over the next few months we'll see who can pick that mantel up and run with it. no one knows yet. >> thank you, lindsen graham. we appreciate your tame. >> thank you. >> up next, how events in egypt will shape the middle east. hi, i'm chanelle pickens. i was tired of living in my apartment and decided hey, let's go buy a house! i could go to quickenloans.com and sign all of the paper work i needed to take care of. it was nice to being able to call them whenever i needed to answer questions. quicken loans made everything super convenient and easy. so the fact that they could work with my schedule was just wonderful. that's why i love quicken loans! [ male announcer ] and you'll be glad to know j.d. power and associates ranks quicken loans "highest in customer satisfaction." to learn more call 800-quicken or visit us online at quickenloans.com. shoul
, if i'm reading between the lines, of the obama administration holding back on its criticism of libya. administration officials say they were worried that americans in libya would be taken hostage or worse. >> well, the british prime minister and the french president and others were not hesitant and they have citizens in that country. america leads. america -- every place we go they are looking to america for leadership, assistance, moral support. and ratification of the sacrifices they have made in defense of democracy. america should leave. the president should reverse the terrible decision he made in 2009 to not support the demonstrators in tehran. stand up for democracy in iran and tell those people that we are with them. and that should be true not only throughout the arab countries but as far as china and other parts of the world as well. >> senator lieberman, the president has said it's time for gadhafi to go, that he's turned weaponry on his own people and no one could lead like that and he should leave. it seems you're going a step further. senator, do you agree that the pres
a second chance with the american electorate. we did well in 2010. i think president obama is beatable but we have to nominate someone who can win over independent voters who want smaller government and less spending but understand there is ale role for government. over the next few months we'll see who can pick that mantel up and run with it. the most el eblt electable conservative. no one knows yet. >> thank you, lindsey graham. we appreciate your time. >> thank you. >> up next, how events in egypt will shape the middle east. not all manufacturing processes are created equal. not all engineering standards are created equal. which is why not all luxury vehicles are created equal. the hard way means never taking short cuts. the hard way is how lexus inspires absolute confidence. this is the pursuit of perfection. see what it takes at lexus.com/thehardway. can a trading site help make you a sharper trader?t of perfection. mine can. td ameritrade can. they've got trading specialists i can call for help. and paper trading. free practice trading that helps me hone my technique. complex opt
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